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E-Waste Management Still Troubles Tanzania

“Managing electronic waste (e-waste) is still a challenge in Tanzania as technology is poor, funds and personnel are inadequate and…

Tanzania wants to reduce newborn mortality

“The government has taken measures to reduce newborn mortality in the country by setting up neonatal wards in all hospitals…

Tanzania: Govt Says Over 2,100 Farmers Paid Sh1 Billion for Cashews

The press reported that “Agriculture minister Japhet Hasunga says at least 2,168 cashew farmers from 35 verified primary societies have…

World Bank – Tanzania’s Stance On Pregnant Schoolgirls Key to Loan Release

“The World Bank said yesterday that it had agreed with the government on a new framework that would see girls…

Teen pregnancies in East Africa: what are the solutions?

“Sexual activity and pregnancy rates are high among teenagers in East African, but governments, civil society and churches are divided…

Zimbabwe: life after Mugabe

“Some Zimbabweans dared to hope that the fall of long-time authoritarian leader Robert Mugabe a year ago would finally bring…

Museveni embraces dialogue

“President Museveni, who has been in power for 32 years, recently embraced the dialogue process. He stands at the centre…

Zimbabwe: Govt Law Denies Pay to Women Falling Pregnant Less Than a Year Into Job

“ZIMBABWE’S working women who fall pregnant less than a year into their employment are not entitled to the mandatory 98…

Central African Republic: Car’s Colonel ‘Rambo’ to Face War Crimes Charges in the Hague

“Alfred Yekatom, a former militia leader in the Central African Republic (CAR), was extradited to The Hague on Saturday to…

Nigeria: 2019 Election Budget Delay – Group Alleges Threat to Democracy

“Accredited election observers have raised concern that further delay in release of the budget to fund 2019 general elections is…

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